Stop TiSA flags on Geneva bridge

22 April 2017: The Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA) is controversial because global services corporations and some governments are using the deal to push a deregulation and privatisation agenda. 

Civil society organisations in Geneva, where TiSA negotiations are held, have thrown the deal into the spotlight by gaining  local government approval to have Stop TiSA flags displayed on a prominent bridge, which most commuters must pass over to get from one side of Geneva to another.

The flags on this bridge are usually official UN agency flags and citizens petitioned the Geneva government to allow them to feature the protest signs on the bridge for one week.

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